The DMC Episode



The King Of Rock Darryl McDaniels raps harder than he ever did on this episode, spitting about coming up under the influence of the Cold Crush and the Furious Five, the rise of Run-DMC, the GOAT rap group, alcoholism, being an orphan, the death of Jam Master Jay and the eventual break up of the group. He also talks about his lifelong love for comic books and how he’s about to publish his own under his Darryl Makes Comics company. This interview is guaranteed tougher than leather.

Learn more about Darryl Makes Comics and support his Kickstarter campaign here.

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  • Atu Mensah

    …technical difficulties with the upload.

    But 3 hrs long???? This should be great!!

  • Rusty Shackleford

    That Kickstarter is not doing too hot. $3000/$100,000 with five days to go.


    As much as i like Dallas Penn, realistically speaking, he will be the downfall of this show (waaay before Premium Pete will be) for the simple fact that he is a complete idiot at times who overestimates himself and doesnt have (or want to have) his shit together.

    Lets see how much support and understanding you will have for him once you lose all benefits that come from doing this show.

  • public school whitey

    this show needs Dallas Penn- but thank god DMC is turnt up! Great interview – brings me BACK!

  • Guest

    Where’s the download link?

    • philkizer

      On the SoundCloud site when you click on the Loud Speakers logo

  • GoyaBeans

    Amazing episode. Wow

  • David L

    DMC sound like cedric the entertainer from the College Dropout skits

  • CEE

    YO! Please post the Bin Hameen (sorry about the spelling, Aki) mixes back up separately. Son is nice and I need those to ride with in the whip with my sons. Thank You in advance.

    • benhameen


  • Jamal Kirk

    Can’t say I knew much about Darryl McDaniels the person outside of RUN-DMC but he made me into a fan. The man dropped so many gems of knowledge in this interview it’s crazy. He cleared up for me that RUN-DMC really had their ear to the street and gave props to the architects of Hip Hop. – He was like Rain Man pulling up verses from songs that influenced him. He kept it humble and I felt Like I got some sense of who he is as a person , not just a Hip Hop Icon. and No doubt. The Cold Crush Bros were clearly at the pinnacle of their craft during their era along with the Force MC’s. Good luck with the Comic, and thanks for the trip down memory lane. Jamal Kirk – aka Jam-2


    The only thing about this episode is Reggie talking over DMC WAAAY to much. I really wanted to hear him talk about the history of that great time in HIPHOP, but I would proubably be excited too…Still a dope show.